Care for Scottish veterans is being reviewed to try and improve support for ex-service men and women.
The first female three-star commander in Britain’s armed forces has said she is “delighted” with her appointment and is “looking forward to the challenge”.
Women in the Armed Forces are almost twice as likely to self-harm as their male counterparts, figures from the Ministry of Defence have revealed.
An ex-MI6 chief and a former head of the Armed Forces have warned that the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal will threaten national security if it is not defeated.
A move to exempt members of the Armed Forces from prosecution under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) passed the first Parliamentary hurdle to becoming law today.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has been accused by a Conservative MP of “naked ambition” after he floated plans for new military bases in the Caribbean and Far East following Brexit
The UK could establish new military bases in the Caribbean and Far East as part of a bid to become a “true global player” following Brexit, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has said.
Thousands of British Armed Forces personnel working around the world have sent Christmas messages home to their loved ones.
Theresa May has hailed the work of the Armed Forces from Salisbury to Syria in her Christmas message to UK servicemen and women.
Sir, – Recently we honoured Scots troops, in particular those who fell during World War One.